I’ve put up with about as much from Ron Paul supporters as I’m going to. I’ve created a special spam bucket, with a special filter just for you clowns. 3/4 of which I don’t even see and none of it do I read. Anyone pushing the phrase “Ron Paul” more than twice, automatically hits the spam can, and is also automatically forced into my perm spam list.
And before you ask… No you’re not getting out of there. Anyone insane enough to support the idiot stands about as much chance of having something important to say on some other topic, as I have a winning a beauty contest. You yourselves have no interest in reading anything here, and my readers have no interest whatsoever in anything you have to say on any topic.
Bottom line: go away.
Same night I finally reach my limit with those bozos, Red State does, as well. Captain Ed notes it and disagrees:
It’s their community, of course, and they set the rules. However, this doesn’t hurt Paul’s credibility as much as it does Redstate’s. While Paul’s supporters tend towards the annoying and repetitive, they have less impact because we can easily engage them and counter their arguments. Banning them simply for their support for a candidate seems more like an admission that Redstate lacks that ability.
No, Ed, untrue. If discussion was what these people were about, it would be one thing. But the bottom line is, they’re not about discussion. Thereby trying to game the system, and if possible to dominate the discussion.
After all, Paul will not be in the race all that much longer, and we need those voters to stay in the GOP when Paul disappears. There are worse impulses than libertarianism.
True; but libertarianism is not what Ron Paul is about, nor his supporters. And frankly, I’d just as soon have people in the Republican party who actually maintain the ability to think. Ron Paul and his supporters have developed and prided themselves on the ability to avoid such.